Nintendo Switch, and the Unconventional Hype for an Unusual Game Console

Nintendo ditched the usual playbook with Switch. E3 takes place in late spring, and new consoles usually go on sale ...
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How Uber Deceives the Authorities Worldwide

Uber’s use of Greyball was recorded on video in late 2014, when Erich England, a code enforcement inspector in Portland, ...
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The Workologist: Getting Real About the Fantasy of a Fresh Start

While you’re at it, investigate what work opportunities may be available by adding a dose of low-key professional fact-finding to ...
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Uber Said to Consider Changes to Employee Stock Compensation

  Uber headquarters in San Francisco. The company is said to be discussing how to make it easier for employees ...
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Service With a Human Touch — No Smartphone Can Do That

But Mr. Sykes does much more than all of those. When he announces to each new arrival, “Welcome to the ...
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State of the Art: How the Internet Is Loosening Our Grip on the Truth

Of course, America has long been entranced by conspiracy theories. But the online hoaxes and fringe theories appeared more virulent ...
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Study Finds Some Uber and Lyft Drivers Racially Discriminate

  Researchers from the University of Washington, M.I.T. and Stanford say a study found that African-American users faced racial discrimination ...
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Why Your Facebook Friends Are Checking Into Standing Rock

  For months, demonstrators in North Dakota have voiced their opposition to an oil pipeline crossing an under-water source that ...
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Twitter cuts 9% of staff

Twitter is cutting its staff by 9% after a widely rumored sale process appears to have come to nothing. The ...
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In memoriam: 15 of the best Vines

Story highlights Vine will be discontinuing its mobile app within the next few months CNN's social team members pick their ...
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